Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 7, 1948 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 7, 1948
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Page Sk Says Santa Sews Seeds of Juvenile Delinquency Dallas, Dec. 7 — <,n— Don't fell your cluldron little while lies about Santa Uaus, a phychiafj-jsi .••,<•!- Vised parents,, because you may oe planting the seeds of juvenile delinquency J3r. Ltidof N. Bomeier of Hot Btol-ings, Ark., presoji'f:] a uapor at the arimial meetinK of the Southern Psychiatric association here yesterday. Untruths about Christmas or the KBS!PV bunny or the facts of life (can rnuso junior to lose his trust [in moni and clad—and that can have tragic consequences, said Dr. Br>;i->fier. i He isn't for tossing Santa Claus I out in (he cold altogether. ! "Let your child in on the true |spirit of Christmas from the start. f/'.'f him help you trim the tree. | Trll him that we piefend there's a Santa Claus— hut let him know HOPE STAR, HOPE, AR KANSAS we're just pretending." | Dr. Bonieier said the question ja youngster asks — and the ar, , sv/crs he gets —are immeasurably (important. i "One of my neurotic patients be | neved until .she was 10 years ok that her parents got her at th grocery store, as a premium wit! a pound of coffee." he said. Production of the four principa nut crops eaten by American.' now totals about ?AU million pound' a year. • Mosf easily maneuvered trucks that ever wheeled a load. • No wheel fight when making turnarounds or perking. The extra leverage you want—and plenty of it—thanks to Studebaker's unique variable ratio steering. • Low cab floor saves a lot of tough climbing. • New sure-footedness in bod weather— the steps are enclosed inside the doors. • Automatic "hold-open" door stops. • A new kind of "lift-the-hood" accessibility. Engine and ignition—and instrument panel wiring—are within easy arm's reach. Now ono-and-one-half Ion Studobakor Iruck—nvnilnble in four wheclbnsea for 9 foot, 12 foot, 14 or 15 foot nnd 17 or 18 foot bodies. Shown above in 155 incii wh«!base with 12 foot platform. There's a new 2-ton model n !so in the game four wheelbnsca. Streamlined stylo and wide-range vision distinguish nil the new 19-19 Studebnker trucks. Pictured here—the one-and-nne- i? ,; lon 1SS inch wheelbase chassis with 12 foot closed van. Half ton, thrcc-qunrter ton and one ton models arc also available. \ 113 West Third St. Phone 838 Here you are! The luxury Lose you want to give €St a price you like to pay! Full fashioned 51 -au&je, 15 or 20 denier Gaymodes* (Penney's very own)-a reel/ 9»ft in anybody's language! And the shades they come in! Autumn Taupe, Harvest Time, Shadow Cray, and Walnut. (Yessir! They're the newest and prettiest winter shades we've seen!) Sizes B'/a-lO'/a. Hurry! Hurry! What a buy! Does she meed ts less sheer hose foir everyday? Buy Jser owr 45 gauge Gaymodes* for only Would Protect His Son From Another War ByWfLLARD D. EBERHART Honolulu. JJ/.T. 7 - ilJI'i -Hnr >ld \i. l.indslioin. who helped curry ammunition in Ihe battle of Ijoail Harhor sewn ye-irs a 140 to- lay, would rather " i'i^ht 'a/<ain •lian have hi;; sun go to war. Lindolrom v.-as n :-;io;-'j-bascd U. b. Navy storekeeper, just urnod 2). when (he Japanese' at- ackcd America's Pacific head- juarlers. Today, he is bad; at Pearl Har- 'or as a chief Ktorokeep"r 28 pars old. wilh a wife and three hiidrcn. Their son. Kicl::mi. i.s two 'ears eld. The I wo daughters, Dina Lee, 7, and Sandra Palsy. 5, verc by his wife's previous mar- ace, but he has adopted them. I think there is little chance of Pearl Harbor attack nov.- " I.ind- trom said. "But another war ikely. 'I never did trust the >ians. It mi;.;hl us well nick. Pel sooner fight Hum iy son fight." Ijindslrom had been up :30 a. in. on the morning of 1941 celebrating the completion f two year.s .service in the navy. He was annoyed v. hen a buddy •okc him and lold him Ihe Japa- e.se were attacking Pearl Harbor. Hurriedly dressing. Lindstrom :iw Ihe Battleship Oklahoma list- ig before she capsi/.ed. Ho saw ppanc.se planes making torpedo uns against other battleships. One Japanese plane flew so low c said. "I coulda hit it. with a ock." He got a glimpse of the pi Jt s face and even saw the pilot avc. An instant later, the plane ifinteerated in a crossfire of anli- ircraft from two destroyers When he reached the drydock indstrom said, the destroyers Casr: and Downes \vere hopelessly mashed and the Battleship Penn- I Tuescfoy, December 7, 1948 look : KllS- comc have until Dec. sylavania was calling for volunteer.-, io carry ammunition. "I went below and passed ammo until the lights went out." he said. "The steam leaks made it hotter than hell down there. "I was just starting topside wilh a box of machine-pun shells when I felt the ship shudder hard. The next thing knew, I was pit-kin" myself up at the bottom ot the lad- id or. j "The Pennsy had been hit br o f>0()-pounder on the starboard deck, I causing many casualitcs. "When I got topside, I helped carry bodies ashore until noon. Some \vc had to scrape off the clerk. I was too numb to be scared or sick. "Only when I left the ship did T nolice the rest of the yard. It looked like our navy was on the | bottom. There was heavy smoke I from burning ships and s'moulder- inf, debris was all over the yard. "Big patches of oil-covered water were ablaze. Most of the survivors were oil-soaked. "I spent the rest of Sunday and Monday at my regular job. issuing I uniforms to the survivors. No forms were made out in triplicate then. All we asked were sizes. "1 finally got to sleep, but not to bed. Monday night. I dozed off on a desk and slept throughout the night. "The hardest thing during those two days was lack of water We had been told that drinking water had been poisoned and all I had was a bottle o£ soda pop." Lindstrom's wife. Hazel, whom he married in 1043, is living in San I'j-mcisco with their three chil- Idren until they can join him in Hawaii. He was transferred here from the 12th naval district in September. Marsha So-called petrified forests arc found in Egypt, New York. Alabama. Missisippi, Arkansas, Texas Oklahoma, Arizona. New Mexico Colorado. Utah, California Yellow! stoiie National Park and elsewhere j Rome had sewers in the Sixth 1 Century B.C. Low. Low Fine rayon slipper satin all done up in tlie prettiest] robe you ever did see! Luxurious quilting on pocket,? cuffs, ami foliar. Fluttering shirred waistline with.! an alS-arouiuI tie. Full, full skirt that whispers when' you walk. Koyal, wine, light blue, dusty rose. 12-20.! Washington. Dec. 7 — i/l'i -- Sec- eiary of .Mate Marshall v.-as operated on for a kidney ailment, to- oay at the army's Waller Ueed hospitlal. Hospital authorities v ( .. ported theopcralion was suecess- The eventual results of the operation may determine whether the bV-ycar-old Marshall will remain very much longer as Pre K k'ent Irurnan s secretary of ylatc The r.tatc that the and the department announced ... .- made known either by UK: army operation was performed hospital or by the state depart- hospilal then reported.- |merit. When it. is known it may de"The operation was successful. Itermino whether he remains as The socrctaiy is doing execllenliy'. No ct.-tnplications are anticipated.' 1 ' Bath tiie slafo department and hoKjuial called it a "kidney operation." Neither would say 'specifically what the trouble was or how serious (lie operation was consid erect. Marshall will be G!i years old iJec. 31. He has been secretary of Stato since: January 1947. Before that he ran the American army as chief of staff and helped plan "this nation's j;loba! strategy against Marshall's condition after Ihe j operation was not immediately' secretary of state. Deep other. tea fish Iced on one an- other reb acts faster in .,, coiiglis-acliing muscles! C I/ NGBONES © PLA These ore not suits made to sell at this low price, but our regularTowncrafv line' Single or double-breasted models in a large selection of colors and patterns. Sizes 35-44 in shorts, regulars or longs. >eH rosf!

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